|The Tigers of Market Street: Butterfly Habitat along a Busy Urban Corridor - Shaping San Francisco|
Not long after the transit tunnels of Muni and Bart went in below Market Street in the '70s, a San Franciscan butterfly â the Western Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio rutulus) discovered an ecosystem freshly lined with one of its larval food, or host trees: the London Plane sycamore (Plantanus acerifolia). Males fly among the treetops, females lay eggs on the leaves, caterpillars feed and pupate, and adult butterflies emerge...
Keywords: butterflies; Tiger Swallowtail; London Plane trees; Sycamores; riparian corridors; canyons; urban habitat; species; Better Market Street
|Ecology Emerges: Juliet Ellis - Shaping San Francisco|
One of the interviews done as part of the "Ecology Emeregs oral history project in 2009-2010 by Shaping San Francisco. Juliet Ellis is the executive director of Urban Habitat in Oakland and here tells how she got involved originally with Carl Anthony and eventually took on the leadership, orienting the organization towards its current activities.
Keywords: ecology; environmental justice; social justice; Urban Habitat; planning; regionalism; coalitions; environmental racism
|The Civil Rights Movement, and expanding the boundaries of environmental justice in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1960-1999 : oral history transcript / 2003 - Anthony, Carl. ive|
Keywords: Brower, David Ross, 1912-2000; Anthony, Carl; Earth Island Institute; Urban Habitat Program; Environmentalists -- California; Green movement -- California San Francisco Bay Area; Environmental justice -- United States; Civil rights movements -- United States